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Spring finds him coaching reserve baseball.
Of the many examples of versatility
and leadership among Bentley's fac-
ulty, we like to think that Mr. Charles
Zoet is typical. Not only is he recog-
nized as an excellent mathematics
teacher, but he also has the admir-
ation and respect of his students and
fellow teachers as a counselor and,
during the spring months, as reserve
baseball coach. For several years he
has actively participated in the LEA,
of which he is the immediate past
president. He is also active in civic
aFfairs in his home town, a neighbor-
Mr. Zoet has boundless enthusiasm for his
classes and is always ready to help his
students. With Mike Bratherton, left, he pon-
ders u solution to a problem. He assists
another of his seniors, Bill Armour, right.
Together with Mr. Tom Hartsig, Mr. Zoet spon-
sors the Math Club for all students in school
who are interested in delving into mathema-
tics mysteries o little deeper than classroom
Page 13 text:
Highly ranked in the flrst round of the National Merit
scholarship examination were Lee Deschamps, Donna
Palonen, Martha Weaver, Marilyn Pomroy, and Leslie
Anders, shown here receiving Letters of Commendation
from Dr. Friedrichs.
With the academic program the heart of the school,
studying is naturally the most important activity. It is
carried on in classrooms, study halls, on buses, on hall
duty, at home, and, preferably, in the library, where
conditions are particularly pleasant.
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V-.wp M.,7 Student Council's good citizenship oath was administered Bratherton, Kathy Memmer, Deanna Tarbet, and Jim
to the entire student body, at an outdoor assembly in Carmichael. Versatile Jim and Mike both won football
September, by SC otticials lbacks to cameral. Left to honors in those uniforms, while Deanna and Kathy com-
right are Mr. Webster, sponsor, and officers Mike pleted their second season as varsity cheerleaders.
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Those visitors from outer space who say, "Take me to
your leader," are sure to be escorted to Bentley, where
leadership is a common characteristic of students, fac-
ulty, and administration. Such visitors as Juan Gomez,
ot Bogota, Columbia, can vouch for that.
Take Jim Carmichael-Student Council president, all-
star football and basketball player, courteous, intelli-
gent AND handsome Bentley representative.
Take versatile Mr. Charles Zoet-math teacher, coun-
selor, coach, tireless committee worker, past LEA presi-
dent, member ot the Board of Education in his home-
town, a neighboring community.
Take Dr. Friedrichs-new principal who came to know
everyone well and happily in so short a time. Or Mr.
Amerman, calm, considerate, courteous in all situations.
Multiply these typical Bentleyites several hundred
times, with minor variations. The result is a rate of
versatility and leadership ability hard to equal.
Dr. Donald Friedrichs and Bentley students officially met
during the first assembly of the year. Fine fall weather
permitted this to take place at the stadium and to double
as a pep assembly.
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